Jeremy Goldstein Is A Co-Chair Of Fountain House
About Fountain House
Fountain House hosted their fifth annual Fall Fete. The point of the even was to show the new young professionals Fountain House’s mental health model as well as its goal to fight mental illness. Jeremy L. Goldstein was one of the event chairs. The event was sponsored by Lilly USA, LLC and Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The program showed off Fountain House’s Supported Education Program as well as its Associates Scholarship Award Fund that was started the year prior. Co-Chair Jeremy Goldstein announced that the scholarships are annually awarded to two Fountain House members whose illness has interrupted their education. Co-Chair Katie Tozer awarded the scholarships for the year to the two recipients, one studying photography and the other early education.
Relating To The Cause
Mario Maccioni was the guest speaker and gave a speech about his battle with depression. He actually met his wife while they were both seeking treatment. There are 23 million people annually affected by mental illness. It is hard to deal with, and society doesn’t make it any easier. Fountain House takes away that social hit that one faces. Hundreds of members battling the same type of situation come to Fountain House to improve their skills, find opportunities and meet new people. The Fountain House model has been recreated in 400 places globally and is helping over 55,000 people.
About Jeremy Goldstein
Jeremy Goldstein was a partner at a New York law firm, and then he founded his own firm Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC. He has been active in several large corporate transactions over the past 10 years. He often writes and speaks on corporate issues and executive compensation packages. He holds a J.D. from New York University, and M.A. from the University of Chicago, and a B.A. from Cornell University.
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